Sunday, January 15, 2012

Springtime Vintage

I have taken the title for this post from the papers and fabric I've used to create this card. Springtime Vintage from Stampin' Up.
Here in N. TX. we're enjoying sunny weather, but I know in other parts of the world it is cold and bleak. Even though we need seasons for the earth to function properly we all seem to long for Spring and Fall the most of the two seasons. I think because they bring a time of mildness, before it gets too hot or too cold. 
I've torn and twirled the fabric onto 3 different sizes of sticky circles and added a flat backed pearl to finish them off. The Martha Stewart leafy vine punch fit just perfect across the middle. I ran it through the Swiss Dot embossing folder and hit the high points with Always Artichoke ink. The Thinking of You from the Swirls & Curls Verses stamp set was a good fit for this card because of the tiny flowers on the words.
I've just squeezed under the wire at Stampin' Royalty on this one so you probably don't have time to enter this challenge, but you can hop over and take a look at all the entrants uses of fabric.
Happy Creating--
Beverly G ♥


Lynn Stevens said...

I adore those flowers made from fabric! Bravo!!!
Hugs Lynn

Netty said...

Beautiful fabric flowers, its a fab look. x


Absolutely beautiful!!! Amazing flowers! What a great job, you are an inspiration to all us that are fabric challenged. Thank you for taking the Stamping Royalty challenge.

Sharon said...

Love those roses you made - very clever!!!

Anonymous said...

Love how you created those flowers with fabric! And those center pearls are the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for joining us at Stampin' Royalty.


Dr. Mary said...

Oh. my. gosh. Handmade flowers! you are like a crafting rock star in my book!